| Commentary

70 Enforcement of Geneva Convention awards

| Commentary

70 Enforcement of Geneva Convention awards

The 1923 Geneva Protocol on Arbitration Clauses1 and the Convention on the Execution of Foreign Arbitral Awards of 1927 (the ‘Geneva Convention’)2 have largely been superseded by the New York Convention3. These instruments are only likely to be relevant for awards issued in the very small number of countries that are signatories to the Geneva Convention but not the New York Convention4.

An award to which the Geneva Convention applies, and which is not covered by the New York Convention, may be enforced under Part II of

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